I find, if you speak about anything for long enough, it always comes back to type.
Type Brigade is Vancouver’s type design and typography speaker series meetup.
If you’d like to run the website locally, you’ll need Node.js installed. Then, run the following commands on your terminal. If you’re unfamiliar with the terminal, take a look at this helpful introduction.
First, you’ll need to install Node.js, if you haven’t already. Then, you can install Harp, the static web server with built-in preprocessing. Harp is used to automatically compile all our Jade templates, Markdown blog posts, and Sass styles. It’s written using Node, but you don’t need to know anything about Node to use it. To install Harp itself, run the following command in your terminal:
# Install Harp npm install --global harp
This will globally install the latest version of Harp using npm, the tool to install packages that came installed with Node. In some cases, you’ll need to preface this command with
# Alternatively, install Harp usin sudo sudo npm install --global harp
You’ll need to enter your password, and the you’ll have the right user privledges to install Harp. You can also setup npm so you don’t need to use
sudo and can skip this step for any future packages you install.
Next, you’re ready to run this site. Clone the repository using git. More instructions on this are available from GitHub.
# Clone the repository git clone https://github.com/typebrigade/typebrigade.com # Move into the folder you just downloaded cd typebrigade.com # Install dependencies the project uses npm install # Serve the project with Harp npm start
To deploy, you’ll need to have access to the project. Follow the Running locally instructions, and then:
# Deploy to staging npm run stage # Deploy to production npm run deploy
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